Day Pitney Named a Top Trademark Law Firm by World Trademark Review
Publisher: Day Pitney Press Release
March 18, 2015
(March 18, 2015) -- Day Pitney was recognized as one of "The World's Leading Trademark Professionals in Massachusetts in 2014," by World Trademark Review, an independent research directory focused exclusively on trademark practices and practitioners. The firm received a Bronze ranking due to high praise by sources and being among the most competitive in the field.
The rankings publication also highlighted the work of Carrie Webb Olson, head of the firm's Trademark, Copyright and Advertising practice group, and David I. Greenbaum, a partner resident in the firm's New York office. The publication says, Olson "leaves no stone unturned and is very responsive. She provides premium-quality work and service and bills fairly. She has everything you would look for in representation."
World Trademark Reviewrecommended Greenbaum as a trademark attorney in New York. The publication says, he is a "proactive and practical lawyer" that is "always responsive and deals with issues promptly." He was awarded an individual bronze ranking for prosecution and strategy and it was noted that he "deals with a number of infringement cases brilliantly."
Day Pitney's Trademark, Copyright and Advertising practice counsels start ups to Fortune 500 companies in the areas of patent, trademark, copyright, trade secret, unfair competition, and technology law.
Day Pitney Intellectual Property Attorney Brandon McCool expanded on his recent Sports Business Journal article published in April with, "The Game Plan – How North American Professional Sports Franchise Conduct Trademark Clearance for New Team Names," for the International Trademark Association Bulletin.
On April 6, Day Pitney Intellectual Property Attorney Brandon McCool discussed with University of New Hampshire Franklin Pierce School of Law's The Legal Impact podcast his recent article published in the Sports Business Journal, which details the unique trademark process sports teams must undergo when they are selecting and clearing names and logos for their franchises.
Profile piece on firm client Mandy Petrillo, Senior Club Counsel for the Boston Red Sox and Fenway Sports Management, in Vanguard Law Magazine, praises Petrillo for her "find a way to yes" mentality and ability to "make the best of whatever circumstances she's afforded."